Left Seat: Collins Improves Ground Safety

Collins' Pro Line Fusion improves safety; the full picture on Nexrad and storm avoidance might not be so clear; human pilots can be ...
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Gulfstream G250 Rolls Out

Gulfstream’s latest biz jet.
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Learjet’s Composite Airframe Bet

Learjet takes a gamble with its new Model 85, built entirely from composite materials, and so far it looks like a winning bet.
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Cessna Skycatcher: The New Classroom in the Sky

Cessna's 162 SkyCatcher is a totally modern flight trainer at a very reasonable price.
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Gulfstream G650 Rolls Out on Schedule

… and under its own power.
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Flying Diamond’s D-Jet

Diamond was first to announce development of a single-engine jet, and the airplane is a delight to fly.
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Left Seat: What I Learned at Oshkosh

Oshkosh's AirVenture marks the busiest week in aviation -- and it's also one of the most informative venues for aviation industry happenings.
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Hawker 900XP

The newest version of a first-generation business jet is the best one yet.
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Left Seat: What Really Kills Airplanes

Sitting idle and accumulating maintenance bills are taking their toll on the fleet of existing airplanes, and many will not survive the recession.
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Piston Engine Essentials

The care and feeding of piston engines is a joint effort of both pilots and mechanics.
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45 Years of Learjets

The airplane that looked fast even when sitting on the ramp is photographer favorite.
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How Pilots Think About Risk


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The Keys to Cruise Flight Safety

What should be the safest phase of flight claims too many general aviation pilots.
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We Need 3-D Safety


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Beech Adds X Factor to King Air 90


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Continental Refines Its Piston Engines


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It’s All About Speed

Top NASCAR team owner Jack Roush uses a Beech Premier to keep his far-flung operations moving fast.
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We Need 3-D Safety


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Getting the Lead Out


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Why the Skylane Endures

The trusty 182 is an airplane a pilot can start and complete his career of flying in.
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